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Dec 02, 2017
In Shalom Bollywood, the Jewish women who were the Hindi film industry's first actresses come to lifeShalom Bollywood tells the story of how Jewish women were the biggest superstars when the Hindi film industry was still at a nascent stage. They were able to achieve swift success because of the progressive community they belonged to, as well as their European looks.
Dec 02, 2017
Sonar Baran Pakhi: This biopic on an acclaimed folk singer from Assam is a must-watchPadma Shri Pratima Pande Barua's life was a story of powerful rebellion, And a biopic by Bobby Sarma Baruah — Sonar Baran Pakhi — captures it perfectly | #FWeekend
Nov 25, 2017
Is rasgulla row between Bengal and Odisha a case of forced separation of local cultures?How does it matter if the rasgulla originated in Bengal or Odisha, as long as it represents Indianness to the rest of the world? |#FWeekend
Oct 22, 2017
As Chhath celebrations kick off in Bihar, Muslim potters work on earthen stoves for Hindu devoteesIn the run-up to Chhath, Muslim families — mostly the womenfolk — give up consuming onion, garlic and meat as they work on 'mitti ka chulhas' to sell to Hindu devotees in Bihar
Oct 21, 2017
Dandari-Ghusadi festival gives Telangana's Adivasis a chance to foster marital alliances, promote awarenessThe Dandari-Ghusadi festival of Telangana is a fine example of how forest-dwellers evolved rituals to keep themselves connected
Oct 11, 2017
Hajin, home of pro-India Ikhwan-ul-Muslimoon, determined to change history as militancy gains momentum in KashmirOnce home of counter-insurgent and notorious Ikhwan-ul-Muslimoon, Hajin in north Kashmir is becoming a safe haven for foreign militants as youngsters set out to change history
Sep 30, 2017
Rosh Hashanah: For Bengaluru's Israeli Jewish community New Year celebrations hold special meaningRosh Hashanah is a two day celebration that marks the dawn of a new year for Jews around the world
Sep 26, 2017
Never too old to learn: At 98, Limca's oldest MA student clears exam in BiharVaishya has set an example for millions of people, who use age as an excuse to give up on their dreams.
Jul 13, 2017
China's liberals quietly fight efforts to erase Liu Xiaobo legacyNothing has appeared in Chinese-language official media since Liu was diagnosed with cancer in late May. Searches for "Liu Xiaobo" on Chinese social media show no results.
Jun 12, 2017
Senior citizens put themselves back in job market, employers should focus on this growing social needSenior citizens are increasingly looking at work options post-retirement to keep themselves financially independent and productive. Are employers listening to this growing social need?